Below, you'll find a collection of common questions that we've received in the past. New questions and answers will be added periodically. If you don't find what you're looking for, please feel free to get in touch using the form below.

Q: I’m a photographer, how do I get my work showcased on PhotoPolitic?

A: Inclusion in the PhotoPolitic photographer network is by invitation only or in some cases by a member recommendation. We do accept submissions (using the form below) but very few unsolicited submissions are accepted.


Q: I’m a digital artist (retoucher or CGI artist), how do I get my work showcased on PhotoPolitic?

A: This works exactly in the same way as the photographer directory (see previous answer).


Q: I’m not a photographer, but I work with photographers. Can I showcase my services on PhotoPolitic?

A: This is also an invitation only or member recommendation scenario but again, please do submit your interest if you feel like this is something that would benefit you. Please include a LinkedIn profile and any relevant details of who you've worked with and why you think you'd be a good fit for our directory. We're currently looking for the following: Agents, Assistants, Digital Techs, Location Scouts & Managers, Producers, Studios for Hire, and Stylists (Props, Food, Wardrobe, Hair & Make-Up).


Q: What exactly do I get with a membership?

A: You will be included in a directory of what is truly some of the best photographers in the world. All of our members are carefully selected and then aggressively marketed to our advertising and editorial contacts. You will also be eligible for a 30% discount on most à la carte services that PhotoPolitic offers.


Q: Are there any conflicts of interest in what you do and what my agent does?

A: Not at all. In fact, what we do will simply enhance what your agent is doing for you. Inevitably any contacts that come through PhotoPolitic will most likely be going back to your agent.


Q: Does PhotoPolitic ask for a commission on jobs that may come through the platform?

A: Since we're not your agent and aren't negotiating your projects for you, PhotoPolitic doesn't take a commission. If you have a project that you'd like us to act on your behalf, then we can discuss a commission that would work for both parties.


Q: Who is your audience and how do you market PhotoPolitic to them?

A: Our audience is made up primarily of agency art buyers/producers, agency art/creative directors and publishers. We promote our members through in-person agency visits, email campaigns and various targeted online campaigns.


Q: How many members do you currently have on your roster?

A: We currently have just over 120 members (not all published).


Q: How many members do you anticipate having in a few years?

A: Our goal is to have approximately 20 members per category in each major market. It wouldn't serve anyone well if it were just a free-for-all with thousands of members — this would kill our credibility and would make for a poor user experience on the website.


Q: The quality of work on your roster looks great now but will it remain that way in a few years?

A: With the majority of our income coming from our production services, we're not pressured into signing up new members because we have to. We sign up amazing new members who meet our standards of quality. Again, it's not a numbers game, it's a all about The Work.


Q: How much does it cost to renew my membership?

A: There is always the possibility of our prices going up in the future but we do guarantee that your renewal rate will match the rate you signed up with.


Q: What happens when my membership expires?

A: Your profile will be deactivated for 30 days. All of your content will be deleted after 30 days.


Q: Who can I talk to if I have more questions?

A: Use the form below and we'll get back to you within 48 hours.

Contact PhotoPolitic

If you're interested in working with PhotoPolitic, please contact us and let us know what you're up to and what creative and/or production challenges you need help with.